While money and wealth are not evil, the love of money leads to emptiness and disaster because you’ll always strive for more.
In some ways worship is like prayer—a bit elusive, hard to define concisely or assign a structure to, and yet something you can’t help but recognize and participate in when it flows from genuine passion. One thing is certain: true worship always focuses on who God is.
What are other signs of true worship? How is it cultivated? What stifles or destroys it? What kind of music fuels it? How can pastors and music leaders provide the best possible environment for people to worship unashamedly and without distraction? And how do modern technology and changing music styles affect worship in the church?
We hope these resources will help clarify the essential elements of true worship. When you engage in this vital communication with God, you’ll be surprised how quickly your worries and negative thoughts evaporate!
The word holy means “set apart” for a specific purpose—like the linen and silverware you use only on holidays. As a place where the truth about God and His Word is modelled, your home can be a holy place—set apart for His children to grow.
Just because your skin wrinkles doesn’t mean our walk with God has to shrivel! Here are three attitudes we have about aging, which distract us from celebrating all God has done for us.
God is gracious to include us in His plan to reach the lost. He uses people like us to tell others about his unfathomable mercy and grace.
Join Chuck Swindoll in this first of 10 messages on Colossians as he shares the advantages of following God’s life-giving Word and how it grows us into mature followers of Jesus Christ.
God wants us to worship Him from our hearts, and not just at church. God desires our worship each moment of every day.
What exactly is worship? And is it all that rare? In 1961, while he was speaking to the pastors of the Associated Gospel Churches of Canada, the late A. W. Tozer said that worship “is the missing jewel in modern evangelicalism.”
It’s easy to be impressed with ourselves, isn’t it? We become enamoured with our positions and authority and we forget it is all given to us from the Saviour. Everything we have is on loan from Him.
In this message, Pastor Chuck Swindoll teaches how the power of our God is wonderfully revealed in the human body—beginning with the very moment of our conception.
This holiday season, join Pastor Chuck Swindoll as he shows how this ancient hymn instructs us to look beyond our earthly blessings and behold in gratitude the One Who’s so bountifully blessed us.